Patrick M. Gallivan's posts related to Education

State budget has school resource officer funding

http://www.wgrz.com/story/news/2014/05/29/state-budget-has-school-resource-officer-funding/9752467/

This year's New York State budget has a new initiative that could help keep children safer in school.

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SENATOR GALLIVAN INTRODUCES LEGISLATION TO TOUGHEN PENALTY FOR THREATS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST A SCHOOL

BILL MAKES ALL THREATS OF MASS VIOLENCE A FELONY 

 

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SENATOR GALLIVAN ANNOUNCES FUNDING FOR LOCAL LIBRARIES

GRANTS TO SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY BASED PROGRAMS   

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NYS Banking Settlement Windfall Belongs to Taxpayers

It’s not a bad problem to have.  What to do with more than $3 billion?  That’s the question facing the State of New York after a settlement with BNP Paribas, a French bank charged with violating U.S. money laundering laws. Similar settlements with other banks could drive the total windfall to about $4 billion.  As you can imagine, there is no shortage of ideas for what to do with this money.  I believe the answer is simple; return the money to the people of New York by relieving the tax burden on residents and lowering the cost of government.

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The Daily News: Gallivan announces library grants

Posted: Friday, August 15, 2014 2:44 am

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SENATOR GALLIVAN ANNOUNCES STATE FUNDING TO SUPPORT SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS

SRO PROGRAMS PROMOTE POSITIVE RELATIONS BETWEEN STUDENTS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES  

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Buffalo News: Thirteen school districts to receive funding for resource officers

Thirteen Western New York school districts will receive money to support new and existing school resource officer programs.

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TWC News: West Seneca to Receive State Security Resource Officer Funding

By: Meg Rossman11/10/2014 04:53 PM

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Senator Gallivan Respondes to State of the State Address & Budget Presentation

Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) was in Albany for today’s State of the State Address and budget presentation by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.  This was the fifth State of the State message Senator Gallivan has received since taking office.